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'The article presents an essay discussing the link between history and literature. The author highlights the influence of Ango-Australian ideologies to the formation of the culture and literature in Australia, and discusses the life of notable writers in the country including Francis Adams, and Henry Lawson including some of their noteworthy literary pieces.' (Publication abstract)